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Interviews by John Lockhart
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Lambda Archives of San Diego
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These are a series of interviews conducted by John Lockhart during research for his book, The Gay Man's Guide to Growing Older; published in 2002. Interviewees include Bob Hendricks, Ed Conlon, Robert Bettinger, Lee Denman, and Rod Harrington. Ed Conlon was better known as Queen Eddie, Queen Mother for Life of the Imperial Court de San Diego, the local chapter of the international court system. The primary topics of the interviews are aging and the LGBT experience.
Note on original label: Side A: Bob Hendricks (F) 5/31; Queen Eddie (P); Robert Bettinger (F) 6/20 (no conclusion for Rob Harrington. Side B: Robert Bettinger (con't).
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